Twenty-Five Tales of the Talking Corpse
A Tibetan pecha or manuscript. A manuscript of the twenty-five tales of the talking corpse. The manuscript has 109 folios, supported between two wooden covers, both painted red and decorated in elaborate and fine gold foliage between chevron borders. The inside of the upper cover is painted with three figures, the central figure is Tsongkhapa. The manuscript and covers are secured with a braided tape that has a brass clasp.